Thursday, October 11, 2012

Together at the Cozy Dog, a happy day to remember

It was only a short time ago that we visited with V and Warren and Mark and Kynda, Judson, Rachel, Betsy and Kyle in Springfield.  We went to lunch and  ate corn dogs at The Cozy Dog and sat on the porch that weekend at V and Warrens house.  It was a sweet time for all of us and Warren loved going to the Cozy Dog.

We are sad that Warren has died this week, he has been very sick for the past two months.  I am grateful  for his life.... for Mark....and for all the  visits we had with him.  I am sending an extra big portion of love for V and Mark and Kynda today.

We took a picture of the poster on our way home.  I didn't remember   that Springfield and The Cozy Dog  was the birthplace of the corn dog, but I will remember our time there in September 2012.

And love to all my blogger friends today.

10 comments:

Kynda said...

thank you, Mama--I'm so glad we had that visit together. love love

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

It is good that you have a happy memory. My sympathies to all on the loss of Warren. The happy times do help to carry us through the hard times.

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Peggy, so sorry to hear that, thank God for memories. Love the sign, so cute. Blessings Francine.

Prims and Annies said...
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Prims and Annies said...

Did you go to Goultide...I read about it on another blog. I wish I did live close enough to go..sounds like fun. Prims are not as popular in the south as in the north but I think that's beginning to change.

Prims and Annies said...

I am so sorry for your loss..saying prayers for everyone in the family.
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Raymond Homestead said...

So sorry to hear that... Thinking of you.

Linda Chapman said...

Sorry for your loss but grateful you have happy memories.......

The Moonlit Stitch said...

I had to look twice at the sign Peggy, what a hoot. I am very very sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers for all. ♥Lisa

Susie said...

Thoughts are with you Peggy. Wishing all of you well. Smiles, Susie